Tuesday, January 23, 2001

N.Ky. girls basketball games


Ballinger wins game for Campbell Co.

        Leah Ballinger grabbed a loose ball, missed a short jumper and then laid in the rebound with three seconds remaining to give Campbell County a 51-49 victory over Dixie Heights.

        Ranked No.9 in The Enquirer's coaches poll, Campbell County had a seven-point lead after three quarters. The Colonels stormed back to take a seven-point lead midway through the fourth.

        Sophomore guard Stacy Farley hit five 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 19 points for the Camels.

        DIXIE HEIGHTS (49) — Luesson 2 1 5, Lingelbach 2 1 5, Shondel 3 0 9, Wright 4 1 9, Durrett 1 4 6, Farley 5 5 15. Totals: 17 12 49.

        CAMPBELL COUNTY (51) — Wilson 3 1 7, Ballinger 4 3 11, Fowee 0 1 1, Mayhew 2 0 4, Bezold 3 1 7, Barry 7 0 19, King 0 2 2. Totals: 19 8 51.

        Dixie Heights ....... 10  10   9  20—49

        Campbell County ....... 12  12  12  15—51

        3-pointers: D — Shondel 3. C — Barry 5. Records: D 10-6, C 9-6.

        • Conner 47, Ryle 39 — The Cougars scored the first 12 points and never looked back.

        Danielle Dooley and Laura VanHandorf led the first-quarter charge, combining for 12 of the 14 points.

        CONNER (47) — Biddle 1 0 2, Dooley 4 1 9, Williams 1 1 3, Martin 2 4 8, Suter 2 3 8, Randall 0 1 1, Turner 0 1 1, Von/Handorf 5 5 15. Totals: 15 16 47.

        RYLE (39) — Miller 3 4 11, Bulach 1 1 3, Wilson 1 0 3, Cooper 3 0 6, Steiner 3 6 12, Schmidt 1 2 4. Totals: 12 13 39.

        Conner ....... 14  12  16   5—47

        Ryle ....... 6  11  12  10—39

        3-pointers: C—Suter. R—Miller, Wilson. Records: R 6-9, C 6-10.

        • Villa Madonna 58, Heritage Academy 31 — Junior forward Alex Randall scored 12 of her career- and game-high 18 points in the first quarter as Villa Madonna won its third consecutive game and sixth in its last seven.

        Randall also had four steals. Junior center Lee Humphrey scored 14.

        VILLA MADONNA (58) — Napier 0 1 1, Niemeyer 2 0 4, Hirt 1 2 4, Uhling 1 0 2, Noll 1 0 2, A. Randall 9 0 18, Pavel 2 0 5, Halpin 2 4 8, Humphrey 7 0 14. Totals: 25 7 58.

        HERITAGE ACADEMY (31) — King 2 0 4, Holtman 7 0 15, Capel 2 6 10, Neri 0 2 2. Totals: 11 8 31.

        Villa Madonna ....... 16  9  22  11—58

        Heritage Academy ....... 5  9  4  13—31

        3-pointers: V — Pavel. H — Holtman. Records: V 13-4, H 3-9.

        • Notre Dame 75, St.Henry 33 — Marquise Hanser scored 12 of her game-high 14 in the first half to help Notre Dame to a 44-16 lead.

        NOTRE DAME (75) — Hanser 6 1 14, Hornsby 2 2 8, Zembrodt 1 4 6, Baker 2 5 9, Witte 2 2 7, Wachs 2 0 4, Bauman 2 0 4, Kreyling 3 2 8, Fangman 3 0 6, Albanese 1 0 2, Fischesser 3 0 7. Totals: 27 16 75.

        ST. HENRY (33) — Portwood 4 0 10, King 1 0 2, Danks 1 2 4, Johnson 1 0 2, Boulanger 1 0 2, Brentnall 2 0 5, Muck 1 0 2, Walters 2 0 4, Tabeling 1 0 2. Totals: 14 2 33.

        Notre Dame ....... 24  20  9  22—75

        St. Henry ....... 9   7  8   9—33

        3-pointers: N—Hanser, Hornsby 2, Witte, Fischesser. SH—Portwood 2, Brentnall. Records: SH 2-10.

        • Boone County 80, Simon Kenton 21 — Chrissy Isaac scored 15 of her 19 points in the first half to pace No.2 Boone County. Ciara Henderson recorded a career-high 13 assists for the Lady Rebels.

        Sarah Jones scored 13 to lead Simon Kenton.

        SIMON KENTON (21) — Rawls 0 2 2, Allessandro 1 0 2, Jones 5 3 13, Smock 0 1 1, Stith 1 1 3. Totals: 7 7 21.

        BOONE COUNTY (80) — Boswell 1 0 2, Matheny 3 0 6, Molleson 6 0 12, Isaac 9 0 19, Newhouse 2 0 4, Grobmyer 2 0 4, Henderson 1 4 9, Madden 6 1 13, Diehl 2 0 4, Bishop 3 0 7. Totals: 36 5 80.

        Simon Kenton ....... 4  2  5  10—21

        Boone County ....... 27  20  19  14—80

        3-pointers: B — Henderson, Bishop, Isaac. Records: S 0-14, B 14-4.

        • Calvary Christian 43, Beechwood 36 (OT) — Becca Blaine made a field goal early in overtime to give Calvary the lead for good. Lisa VanBerkel sealed the outcome by making six straight free throws.

        VanBerkel finished with 21 points. Katie Pohlgeers led all scorers with 24.

        CALVARY (43) — Woods 2 6 10, Blaine 1 1 3, Krumpelman 1 0 2, Adams 2 0 4, Curry 1 1 3, VanBerkel 6 8 21. Totals: 13 16 43.

        BEECHWOOD (36) — S. Kirby 2 0 4, B. Kirby 1 0 2, Pohlgeers 7 7 24, Arlinghaus 3 0 6. Totals: 13 7 36.

        Calvary ....... 5  15  11  3  9—43

        Beechwood ....... 12   7  10  5  2—36

        3-pointers: C—VanBerkel. B—Pohlgeers 3. Records: C 10-4, B 6-8.

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